The last front-engine, V12 Ferrari convertible to leave Maranello was the 365 GTS/4 — more commonly known as the Daytona. 50 years later, the 365 GTS/4's successor has finally arrived in the 812 GTS. Based on the 812 Superfast, Ferrari bills the 812 GTS as the most powerful convertible available, and with a 789 horsepower V12, they're probably right. In order to maintain the speed, handling, and aerodynamics of the Superfast, Ferrari designed a top that retracts in 14 seconds while keeping added weight low enough to equal the hardtop's specs. That means 0-62 in three seconds and a top speed of 211 MPH. The redesigned rear and pillars are shaped to reduce wind noise and keep the cabin as calm as possible — which is good for open-air cruising at triple-digit speeds.